Tips for Professional Pressure Washers
Have you been asked by a client, “Can you remove rust stains?” What is your answer in those cases? Are you confident your technique and chemical choice is effective enough to make a noticeable difference?
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on September 26, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
As winter approaches for much of the country power washing contractors tend to slow down and in some places shut down all together.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on September 17, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
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This entry was posted in Spray Tips on September 13, 2017 by Clyde Hemminger.
As an entrepreneur, you’re naturally driven and focused. You’re an expert in your business, but there are times when it makes more sense to delegate. You don't need to make insurance decisions on your own or pick a generic policy that doesn't fit your business. There are enormous benefits to partnering with an independent insurance agency that can maximize your protection and get you the right coverage for your business at the right price.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on September 5, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
We have had some conversations recently regarding battery powered electronic systems used in this industry. Soft washing pumps and some electric start pressure washers rely on the correct amount of voltage and amperage to operate correctly. I would like to share some of my basic electronic knowledge to assist in trouble shooting. You may run into an issue with a component that could just have of the simplest of things to resolve.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on August 29, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
When you are advertising your pressure washing business, it is helpful to provide proof of your quality. Potential customers may want to see your work, or if they did not think to research, it is a good way to gain customers by showing them your before and after work.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on August 8, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
You may have seen this scam in your inbox. It goes something like this. “Hello, I will like to know if you do power wash in Dallas and do you except credit card for payment” I have always wondered what this was about, so I texted them back.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on August 1, 2017 by Clyde Hemminger.
As a mobile cleaning contractor, this knowledge is essential to protect yourself from financial disaster. If you are like most people, your company, is next to your family, your pride and joy. It is also the major source of financial security for you and your family; perhaps your greatest asset. In many ways, your business is your life and someday your retirement.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on July 25, 2017 by Rachel Hennes.
I pulled the trigger of a power washer at the early age of twelve, in 1978, when my dad let me ride along with him one weekend to do fleet washing. It was the coolest thing to be out with my dad and experience the force and awesome blasting power of that pressure washer. To this day, I still love to pull the trigger and witness the sheer force of watching water blast dirt, grime and other pollutants off dirty surfaces to reveal a shiny clean surface below. And the cool thing is there are so many different items that can be cleaned with a power washer. The list is long but some of the more common items are houses, roofs, gutters, big rigs, construction equipment, farm equipment, kitchen exhaust systems, vehicles, buildings, boats, sidewalks, drive thrus, dumpster areas, loading docks, etc. All these items can be rewarding and fun to wash but there is one thing that must be present to power wash and that’s water.
This entry was posted in Spray Tips on July 19, 2017 by Michael Hinderliter.